New Delhi: With festival of Navratri round the corner, Cornitos is offering its No Onion No Garlic range of nachos crisps to make your celebrations flavourful and delicious. This flagship brand of GreenDot Health Foods Ltd has exotic three flavors in this range- Sizzlin Jalapeno, Cheese and Herbs and Tomato Mexicana.
The tempting fiery Sizzlin Jalapeño flavor is packed with enough punch to tantalize your taste buds. A treat for spice lovers, this particular flavor has been a great hit since its launch. Cheese and Herbs flavor has unique combination of Cheddar Cheese and cool Italian herbs, a perfect savor for die-hard cheese lovers. Juicy tomatoes and jalapenoes make Tomato Mexicana an absolute delight for the senses.
These flavoured Tortilla Corn Chips popularly known as ‘NACHOS’, are made using special food grade NON-GMO yellow corn procured through contract farming. Traditional Mexican Lime-treatment process is used for making Cornitos using Stone Ground NON-GMO Corn. They are surface fried in corn oil to golden brown, making it crispier.
Navratra is the most celebrated festival symbolizing purity and power.Cornitos Navratra special is pure vegetarian as they are free from onion and garlic, can be consumed without any hitch. This festival time will be nothing short of family feast time with a perfect mélange of spices, cheese and tomatoes.
Mr. Vikram Agarwal, Director of Greendot Health Foods Limited- Cornitos said ‘We value the sentiments of people and their beliefs associated with the festival. Keeping this in mind, we are offering our popular range with no onion no garlic flavor. Now, people can savour these snacks during the auspicious time of Navratri.”
Price: Available in 150g for Rs 85/-
Availability: It is available in all Retail outlets across India.
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